Norwich City FC

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orwich City FC is a three time FA Cup semi-finalists and have won the Football League Cup two times (1962 and 1985). Among the most prominent players that have played in the club Ron Ashman, Graham Paddon, David Cross and Martin Peters could be mentioned. The club has also the famous nickname The Canaries Yellows.

Basic facts

Founded: 1902
Country: England
City: Liverpool

Home grounds

Newmarket Ground (1902-1908)
The Nest (1908-1935)
Carrow Road (1935-)

Main trophies

Football League Cup: 2

Club records

Most games played: Ian Callaghan (857)
Top goalscorer: Ian Rush (346)

Carrow Road stand and field
Norwich City vs. West Ham United at Carrow Road in 2004.

History

Norwich City Football Club was founded in 1902. They became a member of the Football League in 1920. Their best result in Premier League is a third place in the 1992-93 season.

By Oscar Anderson

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Trivia

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Football clubs ordered after establishment

League statistics

League record

Titles in total: 0
Premier League titles: 0
First participation: 1920-1921

All seasons

Season League Position Points Notes
2018-19 Championship 1 94 Promoted
2017-18 Championship 14 60  
2016-17 Championship 8 70  
2015-16 Premier League 19 34 Relegated
2014-15 Championship 3 86 Promoted
2013-14 Premier League 18 33 Relegated
2012-13 Premier League 11 44  
2011-12 Premier League 12 47  
2010-11 Championship 2 84 Promoted
2009-10 League One 1 95  
2008-09 Championship 22 46  
2007-08 Championship 17 55  
2006-07 Championship 16 57  
2005-06 Championship 9 62  
2004-05 Premier League 19 33 Relegated
2003-04 1st Division 1 94 Promoted
2002-03 1st Division 8 69  
2001-02 1st Division 6 75  
2000-01 1st Division 15 54  
1999-00 1st Division 12 57  
1998-99 1st Division 9 62  
1997-98 1st Division 15 55  
1996-97 1st Division 13 63  
1995-96 1st Division 16 57  
1994-95 Premier League 20 43 Relegated
1993-94 Premier League 12 53  
1992-93 Premier League 3 72  
1991-92 1st Division 18 45 Promoted
1990-91 1st Division 15 45  
1989-90 1st Division 10 53  
1988-89 1st Division 4 62  
1987-88 1st Division 14 45  
1986-87 1st Division 5 68  
1985-86 2nd Division 1 84 Promoted
1984-85 1st Division 20 49 Relegated
1983-84 1st Division 14 51  
1982-83 1st Division 14 54  
1981-82 2nd Division 3 71 Promoted
1980-81 1st Division 20 33 Relegated
1979-80 1st Division 12 40  
1978-79 1st Division 16 37  
1977-78 1st Division 13 40  
1976-77 1st Division 16 37  
1975-76 1st Division 10 42  
1974-75 2nd Division 3 53  
1973-74 1st Division 22 29 Relegated
1972-73 1st Division 20 32  
1971-72 2nd Division 1 57 Promoted
1970-71 2nd Division 10 44  
1969-70 2nd Division 11 43  
1968-69 2nd Division 13 40  
1967-68 2nd Division 9 43  
1966-67 2nd Division 11 40  
1965-66 2nd Division 13 39  
1964-65 2nd Division 6 47  
1963-64 2nd Division 17 35  
1962-63 2nd Division 13 42  
1961-62 2nd Division 17 39  
1960-61 2nd Division 4 49  
1959-60 3rd Division 2 59 Promoted
1958-59 3rd Division 4 57  
1957-58 3rd Division S 8 53  
1956-57 3rd Division S 24 31  
1955-56 3rd Division S 7 51  
1954-55 3rd Division S 12 46  
1953-54 3rd Division S 7 51  
1952-53 3rd Division S 4 60  
1951-52 3rd Division S 3 61  
1950-51 3rd Division S 2 64  
1949-50 3rd Division S 11 42  
1948-49 3rd Division S 10 44  
1947-48 3rd Division S 21 34  
1946-47 3rd Division S 21 28  
1939-46 - - - WWII
1938-39 2nd Division 21 31 Relegated
1937-38 2nd Division 14 39  
1936-37 2nd Division 17 36  
1935-36 2nd Division 11 43  
1934-35 2nd Division 14 39  
1933-34 3rd Division S 1 61 Promoted
1932-33 3rd Division S 3 57  
1931-32 3rd Division S 10 46  
1930-31 3rd Division S 21 28  
1929-30 3rd Division S 8 46  
1928-29 3rd Division S 17 34  
1927-28 3rd Division S 17 36  
1926-27 3rd Division S 16 35  
1925-26 3rd Division S 16 39  
1924-25 3rd Division S 12 41  
1923-24 3rd Division S 11 40  
1922-23 3rd Division S 18 36  
1921-22 3rd Division S 15 37  
1920-21 3rd Division 16 36  

Note. The 1939-40 season was abandoned after three rounds and is therefore excluded.

Premier League – facts, stats and history

References:
Premier League by Gunnar Persson

Image sources:
Martin Thirkettle